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1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure for Pennsylvania on
Q: Bought a residential foreclosure what form do I use to evict after I have served a notice to quit in Pa
David Kennedy Bifulco
David Kennedy Bifulco
answered on Jun 27, 2022

In Pennsylvania when you buy a foreclosure property and either the former owner or the former owner's tenant has possession of the property you have to file an "Action in Ejectment". This is filed in the Court of Common Pleas unlike a regular Landlord Tenant case which is filed with... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Collections for Pennsylvania on
Q: Can I revoke Limited Power of Atty with Asset recovery company? They stopped answering questions once I signed.

The tax borough told me they could hold the funds up to three years. I went to them in February 2022 with a notarized letter requesting my funds. They told me they needed it in order to release my funds. The tax borough said check back in a year! I received a letter from this Asset recovery firm... Read more »

David Kennedy Bifulco
David Kennedy Bifulco
answered on Jun 16, 2022

Sounds like you may have been scammed. If I understand correctly this Asset Recovery company had you agree to have the check sent to them so they could cash it and take their fee. You should speak with an attorney and have the agreements and paperwork reviewed. You may be fine, but it also may... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure and Real Estate Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: On the deed never on the mortgage Per conversation when the mortgage was signed in 2002 with the attorney Russo Russo …

I was added to deed 2003 per the conversation at the closing then the mortgage went to BOA because Ditech went out of business they went bankrupt, but the original note and mortgage was never paid off it was just a mortgage assigned and it in the deed followed, for some reason in the bankruptcy... Read more »

David Kennedy Bifulco
David Kennedy Bifulco
answered on Jun 16, 2022

You have a lot of issues in your inquiry. Without seeing the docket and gathering more information it is not possible to give you an answer. You should contact an experienced foreclosure defense attorney to go over your legal rights.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Family Law, Collections and Small Claims for Pennsylvania on
Q: I have power of attorney to someone.Who refuses to repay me?

I covered all thr expenses while they wer incarcerated including paying for power of attorney lawyer. They now are working and refuse to repay me

David Kennedy Bifulco
David Kennedy Bifulco
answered on Jun 16, 2022

Without more information it is not possible to answer your question. You should contact an attorney that is experienced in collections and provide the attorney with all the details to get an answer to your questions.

2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Collections and Probate for Pennsylvania on
Q: My father recently passed, resided in PA and had no assets and or no estate He did have over $30,000 of sole-owed debt.

Funeral expenses will be paid by family members. He had less than $250 in the bank, and once Social Security re-claims the pro-rated portion of his monthly benefit paid at the beginning of the month, there will be insufficient funds. There is no life insurance, property, vehicle, etc. Can the... Read more »

David Kennedy Bifulco
David Kennedy Bifulco
answered on Jun 2, 2022

I am sorry for your loss. Since your Father had no assets and no Estate needs to be raised for probate you are under no obligation to contact the creditors and I would advise against it. An unscrupulous creditor could use you or a family members information to attempt to intimidate you into... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Collections for Pennsylvania on
Q: A collector that has been previously removed from my credit report keeps re-appearing as new account(s). What to do?

I’ve never received a notice from this collector or the original biller, I’ve disputed them on my credit and had them removed. They return to my report the next month as a new account. This has happened for 15 accounts now from the same single visit to original biller over four years ago. Is... Read more »

David Kennedy Bifulco
David Kennedy Bifulco
answered on May 31, 2022

You should contact a local consumer credit attorney to review your credit report and the information you have on the account being reported. An unpaid account can remain on your credit report for 7 years. If you dispute the account and they validate it with the credit reporting agency it will... Read more »

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